A new video of Chris Watts, Colorado man convicted this month for the murder of his pregnant wife and their two daughters in August, surfaced Thursday, which would have shown him transferring their bodies .
Records from the Weld County District Attorney's Office, captured by a home security camera, were obtained by KCNC and released on Thursday. In one of the videos, Watts, at the top left, is briefly seen walking down his driveway.
Moments later, a truck can be seen in reverse.
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In another part of the video, Watts appears to be near the vehicle and placing items in the truck's crate, KCNC reported. One of the objects he was holding looked like a red gasoline can.
The truck is then spotted being moved to the front of the lane before finally leaving.
The vehicle seen in the video was used to transport the murdered family members – his wife Shanann and the couple's two daughters, Bella and Celeste, "Werner District Attorney Michael Rourke told KCNC. took the opportunity to transfer their bodies to an oil and gas company where he was employed, Rourke said.
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The authorities then found the bodies of the girls, who were immersed in an oil tank. Their mother was buried in a shallow grave.
Watts was sentenced to three life sentences after pleading guilty earlier this month to murdering his children and his wife, who disappeared on August 13. The agreement also provided for the voluntary termination of pregnancy, the death of the unborn children of the couple and three counts of falsification of a deceased human body.
Katherine Lam of Fox News contributed to this report.